Professional ASP.NET 4 in C# and VB

  • ID: 2251548
  • Book
  • 1536 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Take your web development to the next level using ASP.NET 4

ASP.NET is about making you as productive as possible when building fast and secure web applications. Each release of ASP.NET gets better and removes a lot of the tedious code that you previously needed to put in place, making common ASP.NET tasks easier. With this book, an unparalleled team of authors walks you through the full breadth of ASP.NET and the new and exciting capabilities of ASP.NET 4. The authors also show you how to maximize the abundance of features that ASP.NET offers to make your development process smoother and more efficient.

Professional ASP.NET 4:

  • Demonstrates ASP.NET built–in systems such as the membership and role management systems

  • Covers everything you need to know about working with and manipulating data

  • Discusses the plethora of server controls that are at your disposal

  • Explores new ways to build ASP.NET, such as working with ASP.NET MVC and ASP.NET AJAX

  • Examines the full life cycle of ASP.NET, including debugging and error handling, HTTP modules, the provider model, and more

  • Features both printed and downloadable C# and VB code examples

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INTRODUCTION xxxix

CHAPTER 1: APPLICATION AND PAGE FRAMEWORKS 1

CHAPTER 2: ASP.NET SERVER CONTROLS AND CLIENT–SIDE SCRIPTS 49

CHAPTER 3: ASP.NET WEB SERVER CONTROLS 85

CHAPTER 4: VALIDATION SERVER CONTROLS 157

CHAPTER 5: WORKING WITH MASTER PAGES 187

CHAPTER 6: THEMES AND SKINS 217

CHAPTER 7: DATA BINDING 237

CHAPTER 8: DATA MANAGEMENT WITH ADO.NET 309

CHAPTER 9: QUERYING WITH LINQ 371

CHAPTER 10: WORKING WITH XML AND LINQ TO XML 405

CHAPTER 11: INTRODUCTION TO THE PROVIDER MODEL 457

CHAPTER 12: EXTENDING THE PROVIDER MODEL 491

CHAPTER 13: SITE NAVIGATION 519

CHAPTER 14: PERSONALIZATION 569

CHAPTER 15: MEMBERSHIP AND ROLE MANAGEMENT 597

CHAPTER 16: PORTAL FRAMEWORKS AND WEB PARTS 643

CHAPTER 17: HTML AND CSS DESIGN WITH ASP.NET 683

CHAPTER 18: ASP.NET AJAX 709

CHAPTER 19: ASP.NET AJAX CONTROL TOOLKIT 747

CHAPTER 20: SECURITY 805

CHAPTER 21: STATE MANAGEMENT 835

CHAPTER 22: CACHING 865

CHAPTER 23: DEBUGGING AND ERROR HANDLING 895

CHAPTER 24: FILE I/O AND STREAMS 927

CHAPTER 25: USER AND SERVER CONTROLS 979

CHAPTER 26: MODULES AND HANDLERS 1045

CHAPTER 27: ASP.NET MVC 1059

CHAPTER 28: USING BUSINESS OBJECTS 1081

CHAPTER 29: ADO.NET ENTITY FRAMEWORK 1105

CHAPTER 30: ASP.NET DYNAMIC DATA 1129

CHAPTER 31: WORKING WITH SERVICES 1153

CHAPTER 32: BUILDING GLOBAL APPLICATIONS 1217

CHAPTER 33: CONFIGURATION 1239

CHAPTER 34: INSTRUMENTATION 1285

CHAPTER 35: ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT 1315

CHAPTER 36: PACKAGING AND DEPLOYING ASP.NET APPLICATIONS 1337

APPENDIX A: MIGRATING OLDER ASP.NET PROJECTS 1369

APPENDIX B: ASP.NET ULTIMATE TOOLS 1381

APPENDIX C: SILVERLIGHT 3 AND ASP.NET 1399

APPENDIX D: DYNAMIC TYPES AND LANGUAGES 1419

APPENDIX E: ASP.NET ONLINE RESOURCES 1427

INDEX 1429

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Bill Evjen is one of the most active proponents of .NET technologies. He is the founder of the International .NET Association (INETA), author or coauthor of more than two dozen books, and Global Head of Platform Architecture at Thomson Reuters, Lipper.

Scott Hanselman is a principal program manager lead working in the Server and Tools Online Division at Microsoft. He has a popular blog and weekly podcast at [external URL] and speaks worldwide on ASP.NET.

Devin Rader works at Infragistics where he focuses on delivering great experiences to developers using their controls. He′s also a former INETA board member.

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